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1,000+ Fashion Poses:  A Complete Reference Book for Photographers: Academy Posing Guides ( Posing Guides 2) (English Edition) par [Walden, Simon]
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NEW: 1,000+ Fashion Poses

1,000+ Fashion Poses: A Complete Reference Book for Photographers

How to pose fashion clothing for better images, better pay and creative inspiration

The guide covers clothes from suits to swimwear and styles from casual to elegant. Each type of clothing and style is illustrated with full colour photographs. Altogether there are over 1,000 different poses suitable for any type of clothing or context.

After studying this guide you will be able to confidently pose models and members of the public to great poses. You will be more professional and make the most of your time during any shoot.

Are you stuck for inspiration?

Are you not quite sure how to show off an item of clothing?

Do you need to show a client a pose?

This guide will show you over 1,000 poses which you can copy, or use as a springboard for new poses.

The posing section is broken down into various types: casual, formal, elegant: dresses, suits, shorts, swimwear: standing, leaning, sitting.

We have covered all the bases for you.

Each section is laid out in sequence; you can see the full flow of poses, noting how the model has made simple moves to get from one pose to the next.

Guiding your subjects through similar sequences will maximise your posing, minimise your time and increase your professionalism.

  • 10 Questions and Answers About Fashion Posing

  • What is fashion posing?

  • What is the basic "S" structure pose?

  • How do I pose feet and legs?

  • How do I pose hands?

  • How should I pose hands on the hips?

  • How should I pose hands around the face?

  • Where should the model look?

  • Which way should the face turn?

  • How do you pose with a table?

  • I reveal my secret weapon

  • The guide then gives over 1,000 fashion poses broken down by style of clothing and clothing type, standing, sitting or with stool or chair:

  • Mid Length Dress

  • Lingerie

  • Short Coat

  • Short Dress

  • Trouser Suit

  • Dungarees

  • Jeans and T-Shirt

  • Long Summer Dress

  • Shorts and Shirt

  • Urban Coat

  • Hats

  • Swimwear

  • Includes FREE PDF DOWNLOAD link

    A link to a free PDF version is included in the book for those that don't always have a Kindle reader with them, or would prefer the better formatting of a PDF book.

    About the author:

    Simon Q. Walden is an award winning photographer, presenter and author. His books have been bestsellers on Amazon. He regular teaches students all round the world including for the Royal Photographic Society. He runs a commercial studio in Cheltenham, England

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    • Format : Format Kindle
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    • Editeur :; Édition : Edition 3 (20 novembre 2013)
    • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
    • Langue : Anglais
    • ASIN: B005FK989Y
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    1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    5.0 étoiles sur 5 A great reference for artists 7 avril 2014
    Par K. R. - Publié sur
    Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
    First off I should mention I didn't purchase this book for photographic reasons. I like to draw, so I bought this book more as an image resource for drawing women in various poses. This is actually one of three such pose books that I bought today for that purpose.

    I also plan on using these books to setup poses for 3D CGI figures with the character programs Poser & DAZ Studio.

    I picked this book, 1,000+ Fashion Poses: A Complete Reference for Photographers, for a couple of reasons. Number one is that the author goes into some detail at the beginning of the book on the basics of posing a person. He does this through answering a series of ten questions. Included with the answers are photographs that show examples of the elements discussed. The sections on posing feet and hands were very instructional to me.

    The bulk of the book is made of photographs of a single model in various styles of poses. Having the same model in all the shots was a bit of drawback for me and the purpose I plan to make of this. But that really is a small complaint. What is a big plus is that the model is posed dressed in a variety of different clothing. Everything from swimsuits to business attire. Although, speaking of the business attire. The model is dressed in a very dark, black suit -which makes it really hard to make out any details of the fabric (not an issue if you're wanting to just study the pose). Still, there is a wealth of images in this book.

    Something that might be an issue with some people, there isn't an active table of contents. You have to flip through the book to find where different sections start. I ended up adding bookmarks to make up for that.

    To get a feel for this ebook, I first downloaded the sample - which I recommend doing. Usually with a graphical book like this you get too few of pages to actually make a decision as to whether or not the book is worth buying. Not so in this case, you actually get a good chunk of the first part of the book, including enough images of the model to see the quality of the reference images.

    At the back of the book is detailed information on the author and links to his website and his online store - apparently he has other books and media too.

    I would recommend this book.
    7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    5.0 étoiles sur 5 Solid Source 6 mai 2012
    Par NULL - Publié sur
    Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
    This digital book is fantastic in that it is right to the point, no jocular waste of time feel good garbage to make the "buy a camera, be a photographer" gangs feel good. No. There is no "Hey gang" joke-filled entertainment like jocular writing in this book. In fact, there isn't much writing in it at all.

    This book is right to the point. No filler. It ONLY quickly explains right and wrong manner of poses with illustrations. Although the book is fashion oriented, any photographer would be wise to follow the rules here, while at the same time using his or her previous knowledge of portrait, glamor, lifestyle, and other types of photography as well, to break or modify "the rules."

    The only problem with this book is that for the beginner, the style may be too "to the point" where one may need more examples or more explanation. But if you are past that stage and looking to take your people photography past decent and beyond good to excellent, then this little pamphlet is golden. It is especially on topic for your models to read also.

    No, it doesn't go over anything except good posing structure. It doesn't cover good composition, cropping rules, or anything else. So if you aren't advanced enough to understand "rules" and when to break them, and why fashion breaks them all of the time, and more importantly, for example, why as a portrait photographer you should usually not, then you might find this book a little too focused for you.

    To take full advantage of this book, one must understand, at least at a rudimentary level, why these rules work. For example, if you don't understand form and shape, line and focus, flow and lead, it just may not compute for you. You'll end up trying to parrot the examples without understanding them, which in turn will end up being very frustrating when you try to apply them naturally. That's because you should allow the model to feel her way to a pose and then make small tweaks to them, which lead to unique looks and a natural feel for your models.

    Mainly this book gives you the subtle things you don't get in other books, the subtle things that make the difference between "not bad" and "excellent." In other words, if you aren't ready to see the subtle differences this book allows one to see, or rather really understand them as in "Ah ha!" then as stated above, it may be frustrating for you, although it will still be worth having.

    Some problems:
    (1) You can cut off hands and amputate body parts at will in fashion photography, as long as it adds to the focus of the garment. The model is not the focus. However, in this book the author recommends not putting the hand in a pocket since it looks amputated. That's also a portrait rule with exceptions.

    However, later in the book, you will find examples where the model has her entire hand in the pocket. It's not wrong for fashion photography to do this, as stated, but it is an inconsistency, so be aware of that.

    (2) Same type of thing with the amputations. The author advises not turning the back of the hand nor the palm of the hand to the camera. This is also another rule in most any people oriented photography. Again, however, you will find the model with the backs and palms toward the camera. I don't see any reason in these photos to allow that, so without further explanation, and there is none, he just got sloppy with the pictures.

    (3) Something the book doesn't point out, and like I said, no book will give you all the rules (better to think of them as tips) and that is you never want a knee or elbow pointing directly into the camera. It makes the joint look huge. You will see the model doing this in this book. I learned that from glamor photography, believe it or not, and glamor photographers are "supposedly" worse photographers than fashion photographers. Just a little joke.

    (4) You don't want the model to sit on her legs because it makes them look fatter and wider. Again, another glamor tip. Although fashion is about the garment, so you can get away with it when there isn't a lot of leg showing.

    (5) Making a fist with the hand. Unless you require this for a shot, you should not have the hand in a fist. The author points this out, but in the examples you will, again, find the model with her hands in a fist.

    There are more of these little inconsistencies, and this is one reason I said that this book is better if you are first aware of the rules of photographing people. That way you can see them and avoid them without seeing them and mimicking them with the result of learning bad habits, and worse--not even knowing it.

    (6) The images come after the text and sometimes they are misconfigured, so you might read: Short Pant Suits and the image is of a model in a short skirt. Hit the next button and you get the right image. So beware that and you won't be confused. This is yet another example of why I said this book might be better for more advanced photographers. That way one can take the mostly good out of it and not be confused by these inconsistencies. Note: The misconfiguration may be a Kindle thing.

    All that and still 5 stars? Yes, and that's a testament to how important this book is, as long as you don't look at the images and parrot them. You need to know the rudimentary rules first, or at least it will greatly help you not make the same mistakes you will see in the book examples. Note I said "examples" because the rules he goes over in the beginning are right on and I see nothing inconsistent or confusing. Very clear, very concise, very capable.
    3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    3.0 étoiles sur 5 The book and concept is very nice. Book layout - not. 26 septembre 2012
    Par Rocket Scientist - Publié sur
    Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
    First of all, I'd like to thank author for short and practical information regarding the fashion photography. I enjoyed how author cut the crap like "try to open her personality and inner world" and give you direct instructions how to set-up average bimbo model girl to deliver best photo results.

    Now the bad, which is mostly due to e-book reader limitations, but still may be overcomed.

    The book is arranged like this (each new line counts as new page in example below)





    and so on.

    sometimes "top" comment refers to photo below, sometimes "below" comment refers to photo above. This is quite confusing in understanding which text applies to which photo. So I have suggestion to an author. Why not update the book in the such way, that the comment belonging to particular photo, would be overprinted over it in the free space? Just like they wrap text around the photo in fashion magasines?
    2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    4.0 étoiles sur 5 Pleasantly Suprised 31 mars 2012
    Par Bjudo - Publié sur
    Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
    For the price I was expeccting simple line art or a dozen images crowded onto each page. To my suprise, the author start out my reviewing posing tips for various parts of the body. Photos display not only what the 'correct' pose would look like, but also what some may consider 'breaking the rules" of classic poses. Topics range from head position, hips, to foot position.

    Various clothing poses includes dresses, lingerie, coats, suits, dungarees, t-shirts, shorts, hats, ans swimwear. A single model is photogaphed againist a plan background, occasionally sitting or leaning and of course various standing poses. I believe the author intended this a a quick reference to photographers (or models) to explore a significant variety of poses in various styles of clothing. After the initial chapter, you will photos only without any additional explanation regarding a particular pose. This is also not a lighting guide, so you will not find any mention of lights, camera settings, or light modifiers.

    As quick reference material, I think the author does a good job.
    3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not Ready for Kindle 6 décembre 2014
    Par David Sutphin - Publié sur
    Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
    First 10 short chapters explaining posing individual parts of the body are good but the 1,000 poses are a different matter. I think you could loose 900 of them but then "100 Fashion Poses" doesn't make as catchy a title. The other 900 look more like desperate attempts to reach 1,000. Also, posing example photos are small, only about half the screen size on a Kindle Fire. Poor navigation through poses. The only way to to go through them is turning 1 page at a time.
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